Victory Vision Trike Goes to Oz
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The final form will therefore boast a 1,731cc 'Freedom' V-twin engine developing a claimed 92 horsepower and 148 Nm (109 lb.ft.) output, with the rear trunk and saddlebags providing 142 litres of luggage space.
The power unit will be coupled with a six-speed overdrive transmission, making the trike suitable for highway cruising, and will be accompanied by a host of other interesting features including dual-zone heated seats, heated handlebar grips, a power windshield, cruise control and an MP3-compatible AM/FM four-speaker stereo.
Other key features of this luxury three-wheeler include a 22-liter (5.8-gallon) fuel capacity, a full-coverage frame fairing, retained linked braking system (ABS is disabled), aggressive street-legal exhaust system, and multifunction display.
Also, the trike is said to tip the scales at 538kg (1,187lbs), and measures 109 in. (2,769 mm) in length, 109 in. (2,769 mm), and has a 65.7 in. (1,669 mm) wheelbase.
The Victory Vision Trike set to be released to the market early in 2011 in very limited numbers, giving Australia a trike model with state-of-the-art technology and features such as "No Lean" suspension.
Other details, such as pricing info or available paint schemes, are to be revealed closer to the market launch, though some sources indicate the trike could come available in Crimson Black, Solid Pearl White and Two-Tone Vogue Silver and Black.
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